Villa Paradiso

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Four college grads, with ink still damp on their degrees, form an alliance with two mature businesswomen. The plan is to build a state-of-the-art life-care retirement facility that the silver-haired pair and other retirees can call home.Toss in a one-armed CEO, Oklahoma’s weather, incompetent employees, a maintenance man without vocal cords,an unscrupulous attorney, and see what happens. More

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About Ted Atoka

Ted Atoka is a multi-genre author with more than15 titles available for purchase. Humorous contemporary fiction is his specialty. However, he recently jumped genres and published a psycho-terror yarn called, Jitters, and explored the paranormal in A Kawasaki Morning. He's currently at work on two series as well as several other books. Ted recently published Book 3 of the Villa Paradiso series and Book 2 of the Bean Town Investigations series will soon be available.

Atoka and "Wifey" both enjoy the outdoors, as well as the excitement of life in a big city. They have a Scots Terrier and a 102-lb. Rhodesian Ridgeback/Boxer mix. All live together happily, on the side of a dirt road.

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Review by: Sue M Van on Dec. 03, 2014 :
For those interested in a story that outlines the plight of those in a nursing home facility, this is the story to read. As a former worker in a nursing home, I can say that the author's description is dead on accurate. Staff with attitude, non-existent budgets and accounting inaccuracies of the drugs distributed is pretty close to what I used to work with. Everyone of the staff had major attitude problems and rarely gave good care of the residents. It was very sad and hard to work with.

This story is very similar to my real life job except when a major benefactor swoops in and begins the process of properly caring for those who live there. Two elderly women saving those from their own generation. It's hard to comprehend but they are the hero's of the story.

The reader will experience many emotions throughout this book. I highly recommend it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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